another word for popping...
can be used as in to get (something) started
or as in "what's up?" or "what's going on?"
"hey john, when are we getting that great train Populating ?"
or "mary when is that party Populating "
The funniest show on Australian television. Known for Burnouts and other irresponsible driving habits, violence, racially offensive content(to all concievable races populating the country) sexist cliches and bad rap
Did you see Paulie bash up that cop on PIZZA last night? What a classic!
A frustrating game that has made great advancements in graphics and GUI and control quality. Now avatars actually walk around instead of warping. However, the gameplay and newbie-friendlyness is at a all-time low.
Idiotic down-syndrome patients usually talk to shopkeepers, unable to say "bye" when they are idling, they idle in front of pathways to stores and bridges, causing much abuse in newbie island by laming everything with kill/corpse stealing. I never actually got to the mainland because of this. Nor do I want to, since the people populating Tibia's forums talk like illiterate "l33t" wannabes, just because they probably managed to install Linux. Who fucking cares, linux is free, which further makes it easier to install, and now they boast this shit on free-game forums.
Tibia player (rookguard):N00B! N00b! N00b! You suxx0rs! LOL!
Tibia abuser (rookguard:town): (to shopkeeper) Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi ! Why isnt he answering me! Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi !
Tibia forummember: You didn't get to mainland yet? Go buy a premium account and get there in 2 hours n00b! Hey look! This n00b wasn't smart enough to buy a premium account so he can play in mainland! N00bs! He suxx0rs to the maxx0rs! W00t! I'm fuggin l33t!
Tibia forummember # 2: Hey lets get him banned if he doesn't like our game!
Tibia forum member: yeah!
A PNer is a lentil munching communist with risible music taste, often found populating the web site 'www.punknews.org.uk', pretending to be a tramp, or drinking warm fizzy beer at some hovel of a venue.
Heroes include Michael Moore, John Pilger or anyone from the band Propagandhi.
Hobbies include attemping to get every forum thread off-topic as quickly as is humanly possible, name checking the latest 'cool' bands and deriding George W Bush or America.
Ollie is a PNer
a rich New Yorker, usually a Jew that drives a Mercedes Benz, or Beamer
Enjoys populating the Jersey Shore
Thinks they are better then locals
I hate the way those bennies drive, get off my beach.
a person who is stupider than dog sh*t, can't count, poorly educated, can't speak or write to save their lives. the only thing they are capable of doing is populating.
- the family with the most kids normanly are pikey's
-poorly speaking..i.e 'bruv' 'bang' 'bare' 'cuzzy' etc...
Series of Nintendo RPGs by renowned Japanese author, Shigesato Itoi and his development studio, APE Sofware. Massively popular in Japan (rivaling, at one point, even the Dragon Warrior and Final Fantasy franchises), the series takes the stereotypically medieval conventions of role-playing games and puts them into a modern, contemporary context. In doing so, the banality of most feudal-setting, 2D RPGs is hilariously realized, resulting in a surreal, yet enjoyable experience.more...
The stories of both games in the franchise involve a young boy living in small-town America who must battle a fiendish alien menace. Using a variety of bizarre psychic powers and the help of his friends, he overcomes unbelievable obstacles in his quest to save Earth. These obstacles often involve crazed city residents and animals--controlled by the alien being's psychic grip--grotesque monsters, deadly robots, and psychadelic universes created by the subconscious mind. Deadpan, self-referential humour is abundant, with swords, magic, save points, inns and merchants replaced with baseball bats, psychic attacks, phone conversations with Dad, hotels, and drugstores. The NPC cast is huge; populating entire towns and houses, giving advice on life-threatening, sci-fi scenarios the way ordinary people would--as colloquially and casually as possible, which is where the game derives much of its humour. The games are not very well-known outside of Japan, since the first was not released in North America or Eu...